The living room is a bedroom, a dining room, a study room and even a dressing room. The housing issue is still topical: how to properly equip a small space? Proper zoning will help solve the problem with minimal effort and finance.
Fixed partitions are the best choice for a large room. "Additional" monolith walls made of bricks or foam blocks create a full autonomous zone, comfortable for rest or classes. True, it is worth remembering that such massive structures are the final design version - their location should be carefully verified. A more democratic option - unpretentious falshteny from gypsum board: their obvious dignity is economy. In a gypsum board wall, you can disguise cables, mount lighting or decorate niches.
Light, fixed partitions made of wood, glass or plastic panels add elegance to the interior. They are best installed in studio apartments or small rooms: weightless walls create an atmosphere of coziness, not "eating" precious meters of the area. The functionality of the structures can be increased by providing them with various shelves and projections.
In small apartments or tiny rooms, it is best to use mobile partitions. They can become sliding panels on hinges or rails, tight curtains or screens, and in some cases - even voluminous aquariums and "hedges" from plants. Even such a "conventional" way of zoning greatly improves the design and ergonomics of the interior.